Local News from the Warren Tribune Chronicle
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Fires set at vacant homesChild porn charges filed
June 20, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — A registered sex offender arrested last month on pornography charges was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury.Man guilty in teen’s death
June 20, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — A man charged in the abuse death of a Struthers teen pleaded guilty Wednesday morning to murder, four counts of child endangering and two counts of intimidation.Homicides rare in Bazetta
June 20, 2013 BAZETTA — Township police blotters normally consist of petty theft at Walmart and expired registrations on vehicles stopped along Elm Road — not murder.Struck truck gets stuck
June 20, 2013 NILES — A Vienna man found himself and his truck balancing a highwire after running a red light while driving north on North Main Street around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, according to police.Senior Levy spending set
June 20, 2013 WARREN — Funding for in-home services supported by the county’s Senior Levy has gotten a boost and the number of hours given to agencies to provide those services has been tweaked in contracts...Portman offers amendments to immigration bill
June 20, 2013 Republican Sen. Rob Portman Wednesday introduced a pair of ‘‘simple amendments’’ to the Senate’s immigration reform bill to prevent violent criminals from becoming U.S. citizens.
June 20, 2013 Women report attack by carload of women WARREN — Two women told police they were attacked by a carload of women Tuesday night shortly before 11 p.m. as they walked along Roberts Avenue N.W.
Charges: Man kills 4-year-oldFlame on atop Utica well
June 19, 2013 LORDSTOWN — Residents living near a Utica Shale natural gas well were surprised to wake after midnight Tuesday to a massive flame bursting from the newly drilled and hydraulically fractured well here.$20 million expansion planned at Northside
June 19, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — Plans are being laid for a $20 million expansion project at Northside Medical Center, billed as the largest infrastructure investment made at the hospital in 15 year.WRAP cuts board to nine
June 19, 2013 WARREN — The Warren Redevelopment and Planning board voted to reduce its size from 25 to nine trustees.Bill: Hire American workers first
June 19, 2013 U.S. Sen.Merkel sworn in
June 19, 2013 WARREN — A street crime unit will be established in the police department, new police Chief Eric Merkel said after his swearing-in ceremony Tuesday afternoon.Local projects earn preservation awards
June 19, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — Those who have taken an active role in preserving historic buildings and sites were recognized for their varied efforts by the Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s Historic Preservatio...Area news briefs
June 19, 2013 Police search for man who shot at bank ATM NILES — City police are looking for a man who used a gun to shoot open an ATM banking machine at First Place Bank in front of the Village Center.
Root, root, root for the home teamWRAP?bylaws up for review
June 18, 2013 WARREN — Warren Redevelopment and Planning Corp. was meeting this morning to discuss reducing the size of its board. In a letter to board members sent out June 5, Kim Phillips, chairman of WRAP Corp.Struthers mother pleads guilty in son’s death
June 18, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — The mother of a Struthers teen who was beaten to death pleaded guilty Monday to child endangering charges. Shain Widdersheim, 32, 28 Creed St.One killed, two injured in Brookfield crash
June 18, 2013 BROOKFIELD — A Pennsylvania woman is dead and two other women injured following a two-vehicle crash here Monday afternoon. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the crash occurred about 2:40 p.Overgrown, overwhelmed
June 18, 2013 WARREN — Joseph S. Panak has been cutting grass at abandoned properties next to his mother’s and behind his sister’s homes on Stewart Drive N.W. and on Northwest Boulevard for the last two years.Man held without bond
June 18, 2013 WARREN — A 40-year-old Warren man was being held without bond after a video court appearance Monday in connection with a home invasion in Warren Township Saturday night when an intruder climbed...Owner shuts ‘drug house’
June 18, 2013 WARREN — A judge Monday agreed to allow a homeowner in Warren to voluntarily board up her home for at least a year after the house was targeted earlier in the month as a ‘‘drug house’’ and a...McNally spent big in close race
June 18, 2013 John McNally needed every dollar of the $88,463 he spent to the win the Democrat primary election for mayor in Youngstow.Area news briefs
June 18, 2013 Hubbard schools send relief to tornado victims HUBBARD — Hubbard schools sent a semi truck full of various relief items for the tornado victims in Moore, Okla.
Old Fashion FunJune 19, 2013
Hands-On-History Open House at the Arms Family Museum in Youngstown. Old-Fashioned Fun - Bring your sneakers to play games and sports that would have been played long ago. This event is free and open to the public. Full Arms Family Museum tours are available at half-price.
Car slams into homePolice: 911 hang-up led to arrest
June 17, 2013 WARREN — An aborted 911 call led police to an aggravated burglary in progress on North Park Avenue about 10 p.m. Saturday, according to police.WWII veteran enlisted as teen
June 17, 2013 NEWTON FALLS — The number rolled off Warren Danford’s tongue like he was reading it from a sheet of paper — 798-03-45.Ohio rig count caps neighbor
June 17, 2013 In hopes of extracting oil and wet forms of natural gas, drillers now have more rigs working in Ohio’s Utica Shale than in West Virginia’s Marcellus Shal.‘Sweet’ equity
June 17, 2013 MIDDLEFIELD — Every summer, Howland resident Edna Wilfong treks across the Mahoning Valley in search of just the right batch of strawberries to make her beloved freezer jam.Kickoff to an artful summer
June 17, 2013 WARREN — Andy Barkley and his two daughters, Sam and Mallory, spent Father’s Day ambling through the Trumbull Art Gallery and gazing at fantastical works by Kenneth Patchen.
June 17, 2013 OVI checkpoint results in arrests AUSTINTOWN — More than 580 vehicles passed through an OVI checkpoint this weekend and a dozen vehicles were stopped by a saturation patrol that resulted in two OVI...Soldiers from Falls and Mespo write home
June 17, 2013 Capt. Norman A. Barrett of Newton Falls was a regular correspondent to the Western Reserve Chronicle during the Civil War, with reports of his unit, Company D, 6th OVC, and their action in the fiel.